Lanai is only the sixth largest island in the Hawaiian Island chain but offers tons of majesty in the idle of the sea.
Hawaii has so many activities to be a part of it is hard to even know where to start. Scroll through to find some of our favorite recommendations.
If you’re visiting the island of Kauai, Waimea Canyon on the west side of the island is a must see. Waimea Canyon, also known as The Grand Canyon of the Pacific, is a large canyon, approximately ten miles (16 km) long and up to 3,000 feet (900 m) deep.
Kauai is arguably the most beautiful of all the Hawaiian Islands. There are many ways that you can experience and enjoy the majestic scenery of Kauai. One of the best ways to explore hidden Kauai and see some of the best sites is to go horseback riding on Kauai.
Step back in time to when ‘sugar was King’ in Hawaii. Long before Hawaii became the 50th state, mostly pure Hawaiians roamed the islands. It was an independent Pacific nation. Sadly, foreigners brought with them diseases that nearly decimated the population of true Hawaiians.
There are many different whale watching tours available on Maui. We had heard great things about one tour boat. We boarded the Alii Nui with several other adventurers on a gorgeous March morning at the height of the whale season in Hawaii.
One of the most popular destinations in Hawaii is the Polynesian Cultural Center on the North Shore. It had very humble beginnings, but is now considered the favorite paid attraction on Oahu. The Center gives an in depth cultural experience with Seven Polynesian Countries including Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Tahiti, Aetearoa, Marquesas, and the host islands of Hawaii.
Hawaii’s year round warm weather and island coastlines make it an ocean sport mecca. If you’re new to the island or thinking about taking up a new water sport, there is a floatation device and water sport for everybody and personality. Take a look at some of the most popular water sports to do in Hawaii.
If you were an attendee or didnʻt get a chance to make it out to the short lived fireworks show…another chance is on the horizon. Hawaiʻi County has announced that they will host a “make-up” show in late August under the banner of an “end of summer” celebration.